Organize your classroom resources with file folder labels for the fifth-grade language arts standards.
This is a ready-to-print PDF file with three types of labels: one with the text of the standard on "nametag" labels, one with the standards numbers formatted for 1/3 cut file folder tab labels, and one with a whole page of each standard ready to print on "mailing" labels. A table of contents makes it easy to find and print the standards you need.
Adding a whole page (30 mailing label copies) of a single standard was a request from a friend, and we have already thought of so many ways to use these! Place one on a student handout before you make photocopies, stick them on student work that you display as exemplars in the classroom or hallway, give one to each student to place on a page in their binders or notebooks, or even stick them in your lesson plan book.
The text of these standards is a student-friendly adaptation of the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts. I have simplified the text in some standards and broken standards into two or more entries when I felt a given standard was more than could be addressed in a single lesson. You may not want a separate folder for each entry; you can always combine those standards by placing multiple labels on the front of a folder.
This file contains standards for all five ELA strands (Reading Literature, Reading Informational Text, Writing, Speaking & Listening, and Language) for fifth grade.
Use Avery® 5395 or a compatible label to print the text of the standards.
Use Avery® 5366 or a compatible label to print the standard number for the file tab.
Use Avery® 5160 or a compatible label to print the student labels.
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